Code Of Ethics
Our service facilitates
the use of debt resolution tools prescribed in the UK by the Insolvency Act 1986 & the Enterprise Act 2002.
These Acts of
Parliament support economic growth, wealth & job creation by permitting entrepreneurs to limit personal risk to their investment capital.
of Progressive Insolvency Legislation:
risk-taking does not pay-off insolvency legislation provides:
- A fair statutory distribution to lenders
according to a known prioritisation schedule;
- The option to recover businesses, protect
employment & retain personal assets when practical;
- Stability for lenders from the escalation
of bad debts, uncertainty of repayment & unfair prioritisation;
- Restriction of anti-competitive industry
- Economic rehabilitation of insolvent
- Safekeeping for society, individuals
& their dependants from the consequences of financial destitution.
conducted in the UK is subject to these Acts of Parliament. It is your right to use these procedures in law & their intention is to promote the UK as a place of economic growth through
In preference to
UK insolvency law there are views that favour indefinite obligation for un-repayable debts, leading to varying legal interpretations. For those whose choice is to maximise returns to
creditors protecting the related business or personal income with an insolvency procedure may offer the stability to sustain a fair & realistic repayment schedule to its
We explain our fee
structure to you before any commitment is required. Our business may also accept payments from other providers in lieu of discount or for sub-contract work. This is normal commercial practice.
Our stance in the marketplace is
that of turnaround management on your behalf. Any case we prepare is subsequently verified by regulated legal or financial counsel. We are not an “appointment taking” organisation & therefore
independent from obligation to your creditors